After ten books that all topped bestseller lists, Wyatt McKinnon has a reputation for taking terrible crimes and condensing them into absorbing, fascinating stories that explore not only how high profile cases occurred but more importantly, why. His latest book focuses on a hideous crime in his home state of Utah, the pregnant girlfriend of a Salt Lake City police detective killed along with her mother in what prosecutors said was a jealous rage. The detective, Hunter Bradshaw, now sits on Utah's death row, convicted of the multiple homicides.
While researching the case, Wyatt tries to interview Bradshaw's beautiful younger sister, Taylor. Firmly convinced her brother is innocent, Taylor is reluctant to cooperate with Wyatt's book. As Wyatt investigates the case, he begins to believe as she did that somehow Hunter Bradshaw was framed. Together they must find the real murderer -- and confront their growing feelings for each other -- before it's too late. [from author's web site'